Contemporary two-bedroom balcony apartments at the heart of London’s famous Square Mile. These impressive homes in the thick of The City are impeccably located a short stroll away from the financial district, the East End’s most colourful and creative neighbourhoods and the river.
The quality of these refurbished city-centre abodes is tangible. Outstanding fittings and finishes have been thoughtfully selected for both function and form.
The balcony provides one of London’s most sought-after commodities; private outdoor space – and it’s all yours. Straight off of the classically cool lounge with defined dining area for up to four guests. The huge window happily floods the room with natural light. The separate kitchen is ready to use and has a breakfast bar for informal dining.
Both double bedrooms are minimally dressed, tastefully furnished and command rural inner-city views. Both bathrooms are neutral and chic with luxurious suites. These comfortable and stylish apartments in the centre of town is an indulgent base in an unbeatable location.
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Barbican, within ‘The City’ or London’s Centre is an architectural jungle of contrasts. Greying baroque cathedrals, avant-garde innovations and sleek post-modern business developments combined to create one of the most exciting back drops in London.
The transport links to London’s business hub are excellent. Hop on the Metropolitan, Circle or Hammersmith & City lines from Barbican underground station, or follow the perpetual stream of the suited and booted and walk to Bank for the Northern and Central lines and the DLR for Canary Wharf. Nearby Farringdon train station offers convenient, direct services to Gatwick and Luton airports as well as St Pancras International for the Eurostar.
The Barbican Centre, just steps away from London House is the largest cultural centre in Europe. It’s a vast seventies brutalist construction developed and adapted since it’s opening. Today it boasts a bursting calendar of events celebrating art, film, theatre and dance, a variety of public spaces, a handful of quirky eateries and a Martini bar that borrows its furniture from recent exhibitions.
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